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Aletta Jacobs

Aletta Henriëtte Jacobs was a Jewish Dutch physician and women's suffrage activist. As the first woman officially to attend a Dutch University, she became one of the first female physicians in the Netherlands. In 1882, she founded the world's first birth control clinic and was a leader in both the Dutch and international women's movements. She led campaigns aimed at deregulating prostitution, improving women's working conditions, promoting peace and calling for... Read More

BornAletta Henriëtte Jacobs
9 February 1854
Sappemeer, Netherlands
Died10 August 1929 (aged 75)
Baarn, Netherlands
NationalityDutch
FieldsMedicine

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